Hi, I’m Catalina.
I don’t want to live in auto-pilot mode. So here, I reflect.
One of the things that scares me the most is going through my life without making conscious decisions or being fully aware of my actions. To prevent that, I write essays exploring personal experiences to improve my self-awareness. (I also share all of my cringe-worthy moments. You've been warned.)
I hope you resonate with them, feel invited to see things from a new perspective, and become aware of all the aspects you may be dealing with in auto-pilot mode.
Where to start?
Bearing souls, breaking locks - On choosing to share moments of vulnerability.
Homebound - On the pressure of becoming a digital nomad, seeking growth without changing Zip Codes and finding expansiveness in the familiar.
Take the bus - On the unique experiences and community-building potential of public transport.
The art of living deliberately - On how filmmaker Kariza Santos embraces a proactive approach to life, overcoming creative challenges, and embodying tenacity for deliberate and purposeful living.
The price for solitude - On taking on alone time, battling physical pain, and the transformative power of vulnerability.
These essays offer a glimpse into my perspective and writing style. I invite you to start here and join me on this journey of self-reflection and growth.
I’m a journalist living in Santiago and working as a Marketing Manager for a SaaS company with ESG management solutions. When I’m not working or writing, I’m engaged in a passionate affair with my bookshelf. (You can find me on Goodreads and the Storygraph). I can be reached at email@example.com
Thanks for reading!